On Tuesday, Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) leaned onto his elbows, peered over his glasses and told John Stumpf he had done the nearly impossible.
"You have done something that has never happened in the last ten years and united this committee on a major topic," he told Wells Fargo's CEO, who'd been hauled to Washington for a hearing after his bank had fired 5,300 employees for creating phony bank and credit card accounts for customers. "And n...
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